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Gabriella798 views

What is the best way to break the news of the death of a family member to their family?

I am intending on becoming a physicians assistant and I recognize that I may be put in this situation at some point. I would like some tips for this hard topic. #medicine #working-with-children #death #physician-assistant #students-interested-in-career-as-physician-assistants #medical-practice #coping #grief-counseling #family-medicine

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After you become a counselor, is it helpful to start working at a religious center if you are religious?

I would like to get a job with my church so that I can interact with people that are the same religion as me or that are at least investigating our religion. I think it would be a good experience for me because I'd be able to learn more about my own religion by working with these people. Plus, they have ideal hours and a decent pay where I live. Are there any pros or cons to working with a church compared to a normal counseling center? Thanks! #counseling #addiction-counseling #grief-counseling

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Samantha953 views

What degree would be best for becoming a counselor for grief, addiction, abuse, etc.?

I have been looking at the degrees that are out there and I noticed that there's a lot of different counseling degrees. I want a degree that will allow me to counsel people who struggle with some things that I mentioned in my question. Of course, I won't limit myself to just these areas. I also would like a master's degree if that helps narrow down any possible degrees. Thanks! #counseling #addiction-counseling #grief-counseling #counseling-fields

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